Dean and Dan Caten of Dsquared2 party with Madonna, Rita Ora and more

The who's who of the music industry turned up in London on Thursday night (Feb. 26) to celebrate Madonna, including Canada's very own Dean and Dan Caten of Dsquared2. The fête was thrown by photographers' Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott at a private club, Annabel's.


It's natural that the design duo would be invited to party with the 56-year-old singer. They've been friends for decades, following a few work partnerships that saw them collaborate with "Material Girl" in a variety of ways. Back in 2000, she asked the brothers to star in her music video for "Don't Tell Me." They then went on to design 150 outfits for her Drowned world tour, a move that also inspired them to extend their collection into womenswear.

A recovered Madonna was the guest of honour at the event

Dan once told the Business of Fashion: “We didn’t do women’s yet, so we added a few things that were men’s things adapted for a woman... Two seasons after we started women’s.”

Many feared the Queen of Pop wouldn't be able to attend the event after taking a stumble at the BRIT Awards in which she suffered whiplash. Luckily, she managed to walk the red carpet in an edgy black dress with spikes and large black platforms.

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Also in attendance at the bash were Noel Gallagher, Nick Jonas, Lindsay Lohan and Kanye West. Rita Ora and Kim Kardashian also showed up wearing similar blush-coloured, form-fitting latex dresses from Atsuko Kudo.

Coincidentally, both stars also completed their looks with fur coats and nude shoes.

Kim, 34, attended the party with husband Kanye West; the pair are currently in London following the rapper's appearance at the star-studded Brit awards on Wednesday evening. Kanye was dressed all in black, including a pair of leather trousers, to escort his wife to the party, while Rita, 24, was joined by her rapper boyfriend Ricky Hil, the 24-year-old son of designer Tommy Hilfiger.

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